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    I've grown purpurea venosa outdoors with my Neps...

    I've grown purpurea venosa outdoors with my Neps for decades. They will both be fine, providing it doen't get too cold for the Neps. But you already know this.
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    As for my plants, they choose how long they stay...

    As for my plants, they choose how long they stay dormant. They're outside year-round. It can be very warm here during winter, the plants will mostly stay dormant. They usually start growing in late...
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    Don't worry about dormancy here in South Florida....

    Don't worry about dormancy here in South Florida. While it's not optimal, the plants will adapt. You are correct in your assessment, during winter keep them damp/moist, but not too wet. Most will do...
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    Thanks for the info, guys. I was sure it wasn't...

    Thanks for the info, guys. I was sure it wasn't caerulea or lutea, but it definitely looked like a Mexican.
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    Are those pumila growing in sphagnum? Very cool....

    Are those pumila growing in sphagnum? Very cool. I'm still confused by what appears to be a Mexican Ping in the first set of pics.
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    Great pics, but am I crazy or is that a Mexican...

    Great pics, but am I crazy or is that a Mexican Ping of some sort growing in NC?
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    Pepper Seed

    I recently received pepper seeds from a grower in Texas. I forogt your username on here. Please contact me if you see this.
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    Nice assortment. I was making light of your typo...

    Nice assortment. I was making light of your typo in the opening comment. :poke:
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    Where are the pants?

    Where are the pants?
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    Thanks, Steve. i hadn't considered that. I also...

    Thanks, Steve. i hadn't considered that. I also use a heavy perlite mix. The birds can be problematic here for some, but I haven't had much trouble. I'll trade the dreaded cutworm for a bird anyday.
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    Thanks for all the input guys!

    Thanks for all the input guys!
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    I use a 60/40 peat perlite mix for my Sarracenia....

    I use a 60/40 peat perlite mix for my Sarracenia. It rains a lot here and good drainage is essential for Sarracenia in this hot and humid climate. I may use perlite in the artificial bog, but with a...
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    Thank you. I already have the pond tub as it was...

    Thank you. I already have the pond tub as it was given to me. I'd prefer to use that and keep it above ground so as to keep grass clippings off of it (I hate that). I will definitely place a layer of...
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    Bog Garden Soil Layer and Base

    Hello all. I'd like some input from the bog gardeners. I'm going to create one from a hard plastic pond tub. It is several feet deep (at least two to three, if I had to estimate). The tub will be...
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    Sundews

    Hi all. Anyone have rotundifolia or 'Hybrida' available? I used to gow 'em and would like to try them again.
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    Hahaha...thanks Ian. I PM'ed you.

    Hahaha...thanks Ian. I PM'ed you.
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    Anyone have...

    P. lusitanica
    VFT 'Clayton's Volcanic Red'
    VFT 'Red Piranha'
    D. hartmeyerorum
    any Byblis

    ???

    Thanks in advance.
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    Sarracenia Seed

    Hi all. I have the following seed available. PM me if interested. I'll trade for any seed/plants just to make it fun, but it's not absolutely necessary.

    readii 'Alabama Red'
    ahlesii #2 (very nice...
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    Thank you all.

    Thank you all.
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    Pings in Guadalajara?

    Anyone know of any easy, accessible Ping sites in or very near Guadalajara, Mexico?
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    Big Cypress National Preserve

    JC Muņoz and I recently visited a Collier County portion of the preserve in search of the elusive yellow-flowered P. pumila var. buswellii. I know of only one other isolated site for this variant...
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    Hi Wickmo. While you are correct in saying that...

    Hi Wickmo. While you are correct in saying that we are not truly either lowland or highland specific, growing lowlanders is your best bet. Most highlanders and intermediates won't grow well here as a...
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    I live in Miami and leave all my temperate CP...

    I live in Miami and leave all my temperate CP outdoors all year long. The winters are not really cold enough for them, but they do fine. Everything goes dormant or slows down as it's supposed to and...
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    Fairchild Ramble

    Hi everyone. The annual Fairchild Tropical Garden Ramble will once again be held the first weekend of November this year. Florida carnivorous plant growers will be representing the International...
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    Some available stuff

    Here's what I've got at the moment:

    S. x ahlesii 'Black'
    x gilpinii 'Big Red'
    x readii 'Alabama Red'
    rubra rubra

    N. gracilis 'Black'
    alata 'Flames of Apo' (female)
    mirabilis
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